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Penal Substitution vs. Governmental Atonement | Jesse Morrell | Theology

  Penal Substitution vs Governmental Substitution The penal view says that Christ is our substitute IN penalty. He took the penalty we deserve. The governmental view says Christ’s atonement is a substitute FOR our penalty. He didn’t take our exact … Continue reading

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The Disposition of the Father in the Atonement of the Son | Jesse Morrell

THE DISPOSITION OF THE FATHER IN THE ATONEMENT OF THE SON We should not view the atonement as God the Father being so angry with mankind that He is about to send them all to hell eagerly, but then the … Continue reading

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“My atonement is more substitutionary than yours” – Vicarious Substitutionary Atonement – Penal vs Governmental | Jesse Morrell

THE GOVERNMENTAL VIEW IS MORE SUBSTITUTIONARY THAN THE PENAL THEORY If you deserve penalty and Christ took that penalty, that is only one substitution – Christ is your substitute in suffering the penalty you deserve. But if the atonement substitutes … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong with the Modern Gospel? Jesse Morrell

I wrote this on my facebook: The gospel is NOT: “Jesus paid for all your sins, past, present, and future, so all you have to do is believe, trusting in His finished work on the cross and imputed righteousness and … Continue reading

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Matt Slick & Jesse Morrell have Chaotic Atonement Debate / Discussion | Limited Atonement – Penal Substitution

Matt Slick said, “Our sin debt was cancelled at the cross, not when we believe” but then said, “You are forgiven when you have faith.” I asked him, “So we are born unforgiven of our canceled debt?” Jesse Morrell, “I … Continue reading

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Does “It is Finished” Mean “Paid in Full”?

Does “It is Finished” Really Mean “Paid in Full”? By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com Someone recently said: “The Greek word for “It is finished” is tetelestai, which means “Paid in Full”. It was written on paid bills of sale back in … Continue reading

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Scriptural Summaries for Moral Government Theology on Sin, Atonement, & Open Theism | Jesse Morrell

FREE ATONEMENT BOOK The Scriptural Doctrine of Atonement by Caleb Burge has been said to be the best book on the Governmental Atonement theory. Burge expounds upon very profound concepts and presents them in a very intelligent and understandable way. This … Continue reading

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A Response to Matt Slick of CARM on the Governmental Atonement View

  By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com Matt Slick of CARM (Christian Apologetic Research Ministry) wrote two articles that supposedly “critiqued” the governmental view of the atonement: 1. Substitutionary Atonement of Jesus Christ 2. The error of the Moral Government view of the atonement … Continue reading

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Twenty Four Scriptural Points about the Vicarious Governmental Atonement of Christ | Jesse Morrell

FREE ATONEMENT BOOK The Scriptural Doctrine of Atonement by Caleb Burge has been said to be the best book on the Governmental Atonement theory. Burge expounds upon very profound concepts and presents them in a very intelligent and understandable way. This … Continue reading

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Calvinist Contradiction: Double Jeopardy

CALVINIST CONTRADICTION: DOUBLE JEOPARDY By Jesse Morrell http://www.OpenAirOutreach.com Calvinists charge Arminianism with a “double jeopardy”: Custance said: “No man can be held accountable for a debt that has already been paid for on his behalf to the satisfaction of the … Continue reading

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